Colorado Art Deco & Streamline Moderne Buildings (page 3)

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Sedgwick County Court House
Julesburg, CO
The Sedgwick County Court House was built from 1938-1939 as a WPA project. It was designed by W. Gordon Jamieson and R. Ewing Stiffler. [map]

La Jara Elementary School
La Jara, CO
The La Jara Elementary School was supposedly built around 1930. It looks more 1940s to me. [map]

Lakeside Amusement Park
Lakeside, CO
These structures at Lakeside Amusement Park were built during remodeling that began in the 1930s. I believe most or all of these structures were designed by Richard Crowther and built after he moved to Denver in 1948. For photos and information about the signs at Lakeside Amusement Park, see this page. For more, see this website.

North Lakewood Elementary School
Lakewood, CO
Mary Harris Auditorium
Lakewood, CO
The North Lakewood Elementary School was built in 1947. In 1998, it became the McClain Community High School. In 2003, it was remodeled for the Sobesky Academy. In 2020, the building began housing Firefly Autism. [map]

The Mary Harris Auditorium was built in 1941 for the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (JCRS). It is now used by the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design. [map]

Sno White Dry Cleaners
Lakewood, CO
commercial building
Littleton, CO
The Sno White Dry Cleaners building was constructed in 1948 in Denver. It was later occupied by the 88 Cent Variety Store. From 1961-1996, the building housed Gil and Ethel Gomez' barber shop and beauty salon. In 1998, the building was moved to this location at Heritage Lakewood Belmar Park.

This commercial building was built in 1951 as a doctors' office. The building now houses the Shear Wisdom hair salon. [map]

More Lakewood:
Jeffco Open High School
Sobesky Academy

post office
Loveland, CO
This post office was built from 1936-1937. For more, see this website. [map]

Pulliam Community Building
Loveland, CO
The Pulliam Community Building was built in 1938 as the Loveland Community Building. It was renamed in 1988. In 2022, renovations to the building began. This photo is from 2023. [map]

Manitou Springs, CO
This storefront features vitrolite structural glass tiles and stained glass. In 1980, the building was housing the Harris Linen & Lace Shop. It now houses the Flying Eagle clothing store. I don't know what was here originally. For more, see this website. [map]

Buell Higher Education Center
Montrose, CO
The Buell Higher Education Center at Colorado Mesa University was designed by Temple Buell and built in 1936 as the Morgan School. For more, see this website. [map]

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